Everyone deserves and opportunity to lead a rewarding, healthy, and productive life. The Heritage Foundation is dedicated to providing the highest level of dignified, safe, confidential, therapeutic, effective and targeted programs to our clients every day. A non-profit organization established in the state of Georgia in 1989, The Heritage Foundation provides prevention, education, intervention, and treatment services throughout southwest Georgia.
Originally founded to promote positivity in the lives of African Americans, The Heritage Foundation broadened our focus in 1994 after discovering far more deeply-rooted generational, psycho-social and behavioral issues plaguing the family unit. Since our inception, we have received in excess of $3 million of both private and public funding to build our programs, which include both in-patient and out-patient support.
Today, our mission is to promote a safe and therapeutic environment through an array of programs that help people develop and thrive, removing the barriers they may face. Specifically, we develop initiatives that address the proliferation of substance abuse among youth, spawning nationally-recognized programs for prevention, in-home counseling, and case management for adolescents and families.
based in southwest georgia,
we serve clients across the state.
REsidential program for women & Children
Maya’s House is a residential substance abuse treatment program that serves women and children of South Georgia with the purpose of removing substance abuse as a barrier to obtaining and maintaining gainful employment.
OUT-Patient Program for women & Families
House of Focus provides a range of services targeted to women and their families who have been affected by substance abuse and have encountered a setback in their recovery and rehabilitation.
YOUTH PROGRAM | INDIVIDUAL, GROUP & FAMILY CARE
The Sycamore Center provides diagnostic assessments, intensive in-home counseling, and case management services designed to treat youth experiencing mental health symptoms, behavioral difficulties, and addictive diseases.
ADDITIONAL OUT-PATIENT PROGRAMS FOR ALL
Additional programs and services include topics in anger management, parenting, domestic violence, substance abuse, individual and family counseling, pre-marital and marriage counseling, and trauma.
work with us and make a difference.
The Heritage Foundation
14382 US Hwy 19 S. | Thomasville, GA 31757
(229) 228-5545 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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